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4th Grade Ch.14 Ls.1

Federal Government the basic idea taht unites all Americans under one national
Constitution the plan for the federal government.It describes the rights that people in the U.S. have.
Republic a form of government in which people elect representatives to govern the country.
Legislative Branch the law making branch of government
Executive Branch a branch of government whose main job is to see that the laws passed by the legislative branch are carried out.
Judicial Branch a branch of the government whose main job is to see that laws are carried out fairly
Checks and Balances a system that gives each branch of government different powers so that each branch can keep powers of the others from becoming too great.
Veto to reject a bill and to try to stop it from becoming a law.
Created by: chels5005